J.C. Bose University of Science & Technology, YMCA, Faridabad, Haryana
(A Haryana State Government University)

(Established By Haryana Legislative Act no. 21 of 2009 & Recognized by UGC Act 1956 u/s 22 to Confer Degrees)

Accredited ‘A+’ Grade  by NAAC
Community College of Skill Development

About PG Diploma in Philosophy of Communal Harmony and Social Justice

The 1-year PG Diploma in Philosophy of Communal Harmony and Social Justice is an intensive program aimed at equipping students with a profound understanding of the principles and practices necessary to foster communal harmony and social justice. The curriculum integrates philosophical theories, ethical principles, and practical approaches to address social inequalities, discrimination, and conflict resolution. Key topics include the philosophy of peace, human rights, social justice theories, and methods of promoting dialogue and understanding in diverse communities. Through a combination of lectures, case studies, and fieldwork, students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Graduates are prepared for careers in social work, education, public policy, and roles within non-governmental organizations, where they can actively contribute to creating inclusive, equitable societies. This program is ideal for individuals passionate about promoting justice and unity, providing them with the knowledge and tools to make a meaningful impact in various social contexts.

Course Objectives

  1. Understanding Philosophical Foundations: To provide a comprehensive understanding of philosophical theories related to peace, justice, and ethics, forming the basis for communal harmony and social justice.
  2. Analyzing Social Inequalities: To critically examine the root causes of social inequalities, discrimination, and conflicts through a philosophical lens.
  3. Promoting Human Rights: To explore the principles of human rights and their application in fostering a just and equitable society.
  4. Developing Conflict Resolution Skills: To equip students with practical tools and strategies for conflict resolution and mediation to promote peaceful coexistence.
  5. Encouraging Dialogue and Understanding: To teach methods of effective dialogue and communication to bridge gaps between diverse communities and promote mutual understanding.
  6. Enhancing Critical Thinking: To develop students’ critical thinking and problem-solving skills, enabling them to analyze complex social issues and propose effective solutions.
  7. Applying Ethical Principles: To integrate ethical principles into practical approaches for addressing social injustices and fostering communal harmony.
  8. Fieldwork and Case Studies: To provide hands-on experience through fieldwork and case studies, allowing students to apply theoretical knowledge in real-world contexts.
  9. Career Preparation: To prepare graduates for impactful careers in social work, education, public policy, and non-governmental organizations, where they can contribute to creating inclusive and equitable communities.
  10. Fostering a Commitment to Social Justice: To inspire and nurture a commitment to social justice and communal harmony, encouraging students to be proactive advocates for positive change in society.

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the 1-year PG Diploma in Philosophy of Communal Harmony and Social Justice are well-equipped to pursue diverse and impactful career paths, including:

  1. Social Work: Work directly with communities and individuals to address social inequalities, provide support, and promote social justice initiatives.
  2. Education: Serve as educators or administrators, integrating principles of communal harmony and social justice into educational programs and curricula.
  3. Public Policy: Influence and develop policies that promote social justice and equality, working within governmental or advisory bodies.
  4. Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs): Engage in advocacy, program management, and grassroots activism to support marginalized communities and promote human rights.
  5. Conflict Resolution and Mediation: Specialize in conflict resolution, working as mediators to resolve disputes and foster peaceful coexistence in diverse communities.
  6. Human Rights Advocacy: Work with national and international human rights organizations to promote and protect human rights through advocacy, research, and policy development.
  7. Community Development: Lead community development projects aimed at improving social infrastructure and fostering inclusive community environments.
  8. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): Develop and manage CSR initiatives within corporations to promote ethical practices and contribute to social justice causes.
  9. Research and Academia: Conduct research or teach in academic institutions, contributing to the field of communal harmony and social justice through scholarly work and education.
  10. Legal Advocacy: Assist in legal services, providing support and advocacy for individuals and groups facing discrimination and social injustice.
  11. Government Services: Serve in various capacities within local, state, or national governments to implement and oversee programs promoting social justice and communal harmony.
  12. International Organizations: Work with international bodies such as the United Nations or the World Health Organization, focusing on global peace, justice, and community development initiatives. 

Scheme and Syllabus

Placement Highlights

Course Coordinator Details (For Admission related queries)

NameContact NumberEmail ID
Ms. Poonam